Dog parks offer fun, but veterinarian says a few precautions can make visits even better
Dog parks are a great place to socialize dogs and let them play, but they also have some hidden dangers, according to a Kansas State University veterinarian.
Smuggled Dinosaur''s Return May Boost Mongolian Paleontology
Officials have hopes for new museums, more paleontologists and more public interest.
Columbia licenses novel 3-D organ and tumor segmentation software to Varian Medical Systems
(Columbia University Medical Center) Columbia University has signed a licensing agreement with Varian Medical Systems for novel imaging software that facilitates 3-D segmentation, the process by which anatomical structures in medical images are distinguished from one another -- an important step in ...
High-testosterone competitors more likely to choose red
Why do so many sports players and athletes choose to wear the color red when they compete? A new study suggests that it may have to do with their testosterone levels.
AI gets involved with the law
Computer programs could soon start making legal decisions, and they might do a better job than humans
Atlantic Media to debut Defense One
Washington, D.C.-Atlantic Media, parent of the Government Executive and Nextgov media brands, this summer will launch Defense One, a new multiplatform media brand serving the U.S. defense and national security community.
Video Friday: Droneapult Launch, Robot Rope Ascender, and Spock vs. Spock
We''ve still got lots of news from ICRA, but not today, since it''s Video Friday!
Is That a Crashed Flying Saucer on the Seabed?
Linking a murky unknown circular artifact on the ocean floor to alien visitors is leap of faith wider than jumping the Grand Canyon.